Butcher’s Guild Food Arts Article & Video: On Chicken Butchery

The next installment of our Food Arts column with a video BG member Dave Budworth making chicken butchery look sooooooo easy. On Chicken Butchery Marissa Guggiana / August 16th, 2012 Learning is good for your soul. I taught a chicken butchery class recently that included an 80 year old student named Rudy. I almost tipped […]

Fat & Salt

Farmstead Meatsmith and Farmrun have just released a new video, On the Anatomy of Thrift: Fat & Salt

Meat Is So Rock ‘N Roll

BG Charter Members John Fink of The Whole Beast and David Varley of Michael Mina, brought home Outside Lambs, Outside Lands Music Festival’s homage to the wooly creature. There was much talk about their success, part of a larger effort to bring good food and libations to the concert circuit. Bye bye funnel cake, hello […]

How To Save Money At The Meat Counter

BG Charter Member Kari Underly tells The Daily Meal, all about it: How to Save Money at the Meat Counter by, Anne Dolce Meat-cutting expert Kari Underly gives The Daily Meal some frugal tips on how to save money when buying meat Aug 14, 2012 @ 4:10 PM Let’s face it: there are some of […]

BG Member Adam Kaye Teaches DIY Flour

Ok, ok, it’s not about meat. But, hey, meat pie…pasta bolognese…meatball sandwich. It’s all part of a balanced diet. Adam Kaye, VP of Culinary Affairs at Blue Hill at Stone Barns and BG Charter Member, teaches how to make flour in the cozy comfort of your own kitchen.

Grub Street Gives A Glimpse Into NYC’s Newest Butcher Shop

FROM:     First Look at Tiberio Custom Meats, the Newest LES Butcher Shop 8/14/12 at 12:15 PM Watch the slideshow The main attraction.Photo: Melissa Hom People walking by Frank Prisinzano’s Sauce may have noticed something new going on: Adam Tiberio is working on Tiberio Custom Meats, a sustainable butcher shop and retail store located inside the restaurant. […]

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“Young Artisans Dominate Meat-Ups” Says Crain’s

  Young artisans dominate meat-ups A demand for farm-raised organic fare sparks new independent charcuteries and other retail businesses. READ THE ARTICLE ON CRAIN’S SITE HERE August 5, 2012 5:59 a.m. By Maggie Overfelt Buck Ennis[+] Enlarge CARVING A NICHE: Scott Bridi expects sales to double at his charcuterie, Brooklyn Cured. On a recent Saturday at Smorgasburg, the […]

Good Food Awards Entries OPEN

CHARCUTERIE MAKERS: GOOD FOOD AWARDS ENTRY PERIOD OPEN THROUGH AUGUST 31st Alice Waters, Nell Newman, Dale DeGroff and Tory Miller amongst this year’s judges San Francisco, CA (August 6, 2012) – The Good Food Awards—the first national awards to recognize American craft food producers who excel in taste and sustainability—kick-starts the third year of its quest […]

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